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SPECIAL EVENT | ImageOut Festival Fair 

The 21st annual ImageOut LBGT film festival will run October 11-20, but you can get a sneak peek Thursday, September 12, with the event's Festival Fair. The official line-up for the festival will be unveiled and tickets will go on sale for the first time. The fair also offers guests an opportunity to schmooze with ImageOut staff and snack on hors d'oeuvres, and even take in a free screening of Marta Cunningham's acclaimed documentary "Valentine Road." The film chronicles the aftermath of the death of transgender teen Lawrence "Larry" King, and offers a glimpse into the struggles faced by transgender individuals in discovering their identity and overcoming discrimination.

The Festival Fair will be held 6:30-9 p.m. in the Rochester Museum and Science Center's Eisenhart Auditorium (657 East Ave.). The fair itself is free for the general public but tickets for the ImageOut festival will be sold for $7-$15 at the event with $2 discounts for senior citizens (65 years or older) and people under 24. For more information call 271-2640 or visit imageout.org.

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